Nine of 10 Highest-Paid Nonprofit Executives in Maryland Based in Montgomery County

Nine of 10 Highest-Paid Nonprofit Executives in Maryland Based in Montgomery County

Head of Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Bethesda leads the way

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Nine of the 10 highest-paid nonprofit CEOS in Maryland are located in Montgomery County, according to the Washington Business Journal.

According to the paper, the Montgomery County nonprofit executives, their titles, their organizations, their compensation and the organizations’ total revenue are:

— Robert Beall, former president/CEO, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; Bethesda; $1.2 million; $3.35 billion

— Ronald Piervincenzi, CEO, U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention Inc.; Rockville; $702,964; $231 million

— Siva Kumari, COO, International Baccalaureate Organization; Bethesda; $519,104; $185 million

— David Weiss, president/CEO, Global Communities; Silver Spring; $509,337; $170 million.

— Steven Rakitt, EVP/CEO, The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington; North Bethesda; $467,021; $35.4 million.

— John Lowe, president/CEO/executive director, Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine; Bethesda; $467,010; $414.2 million

— Lavarne Burton, president/CEO, American Kidney Fund Inc.; Rockville; $460,646;$239.1 million

— Abby Spencer Moffat, vice president, Diana Davis Spencer Foundation; Bethesda; $195,385; $156.5 million

— Noel Bravo, senior director of program development, Bainum Family Foundation; Bethesda; $148,802; $332.4 million

The Maryland nonprofit with the 10th highest paid executive is Melwood.  

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